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***LOOKING FOR TALENTED AND CURIOUS POSTDOCS***
Two postdoctoral positions are available in the Wagner lab to investigate developmental and environmental reprogramming of cell fate and function in Arabidopsis in the context of chromatin. We study reprogramming in a variety of biological contexts u (More)
FAREWELL DR. JIANQIANG SHEN
The Wagner Lab wishes Dr. Jianqiang Shen great success as he travels across the country to study cereal crops in the Lemaux Lab  in University of California, Berkeley. We are so honored to have had the privilege of working with him and look forward t (More)
Focus Groups: Tips and Lessons Learned
When the Philadelphia Water Department came to us to find out how they could roll out their new EBilling (online payment) system in the smoothest way possible, we knew that simply surveying customers wouldn’t give us enough details about the real con (More)
Creating a powerhouse for energy solutions
A cover story in OMNIA gives readers a tour of the research in the Vagelos Institute and elsewhere that defines Penns commitment to creating a sustainable planet. More)
Materials for a more sustainable future
Vagelos Professor in Energy Research Thomas Mallouk and his group address challenges faced by engineers and materials scientists using a collaborative approach and their expertise in fundamental chemical research. More)
SAMANTHA KLASFELD ORGANIZES AND TEACHES INTRODUCTORY PYTHON BOOTCAMP
Balancing lab with the classroom, Wagner Lab graduate student Samantha Klasfeld worked with other graduate students in her graduate program (Genomics and Computational Biology) to build an 8-week curriculum to teach other UPenn graduates, undergradua (More)
RUN JIN VOLUNTEERS TO TEACH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS BIOLOGY
Wagner Lab Graduate Student Run Jin stepped out of our lab to volunteer her time to work as a lab assistant for the Biomedical Research Academy.  This three week program g (More)
WAGNER LAB CELEBRATE RENEE AND NEW POST DOC DR. MIN WANG
Today the Wagner Lab celebrates a hello and a farewell. The Wagner lab undergraduate researcher Renee Hastings has graduated and is off to graduate school at Stanford to continue her studies in Biophysics! Meanwhile, we also welcome Dr. Min Wang of w (More)
OH Digest: Animal-protection measures, record heat in Alaska, and more
In California, a bill is in the works that would make mink shawls and authentic fur-trimmed coats a think of the past. By Gina Vitale   Our weekly round-up of news stories about human, animal, and environmental health, from within our community (More)
New paper in Nature Communications on the genetic basis of convergent eusocial evolution
Michael's thesis chapter on the transcriptomic basis of the convergent evolution of caste-based division of labor in pharaoh ants and honey bees is now out at Nature Communications! (More)
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